Natasha’s On Blog Talk Radio – this SUNDAY (plus one more)

Hi all. I try not to overly promote my events on this bipolar blog so the Bipolar Burble blog can focus on content, but this time I thought a couple of things deserved a word: a speaking engagement you can all attend for free and an award that I’m a little proud of.

Natasha Tracy Speaking on Blog Talk Radio

So, this Sunday, January 5th at 4 PM PST (7 PM EST) I will be talking to MissADD. As she says:

Interview with Natasha TracyPlease join me this coming Sunday, January 5, 2014, as I welcome to the show Natasha Tracy.She is an award-winning writer and speaker from the Pacific Northwest. She specializes in writing about bipolar disorder, depression, pharmacology, and other mental health issues. Her expertise has been sought after by academics and reporters, she is to be featured in an upcoming documentary on bipolar disorder, and she has been a speaker at the National Council Mental Health and Addictions conference. She was named the second most influential online depression writer by Natasha and I will be discussing Bipolar disorder and ADHD. She will be talking about her own diagnosis with bipolar disorder, and how she has learned to embrace this, and approach it from a positive place. We will also be discussing tips for enlightening us to be able to understand what bipolar disorder is, and the best way to treat it. Natasha will also discuss Mindfulness, and how it has changed her life!

It’s going to be an informal conversation and I hope you’ll be part of it by calling in to (917) 889-7025.

Listen to the show here:

I’m really excited about it and I hope to hear the voices of some of you folks so we can “meet,” as it were.

Mental Health Influential Natasha TracySocial HeathMakers in the Category Mental Health

It was recently announced that I’m the fourth most influential social HealthMaker according to You might remember that I made their list for the most influential in the category of depression, but now I’ve made it all the way to making changes mental health wide.

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